Phyllis and Harold, 2010, Amazon streaming. This riveting documentary opens with filmmaker Cindy Kleine’s comment, “For better or worse we all have parents. . .” and her further musing as to, “who are these people and why are they together?” Through interviews, vintage clips, home movies, and stills, we enter a seemingly typical upper-middle-class suburban home of the 1950’s and 60’s. Yet it’s a home rife with secrets, discord, and wildly divergent recollections by the spouses of their 59-year-long marriage. After 40 years Phyllis revives a long-dormant love affair—and enlists her daughters to facilitate it! As a child Kleine sought out their housekeeper for the warmth she felt lacking in her mother, yet in the end she shows real compassion for the aging Phyllis.